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they are not an immediate threat to them or others, you cannot hold them. >> we had a lawsuit, dixon v. weinberg. those institutions opened up and many cases, the people in them did not have a place to go except the street. >> we are not going back to that. those institutions were barbaric. because people have constitutional and legal rights, we are not going back to that. >> but there is no where to put people right now. you could wait weeks for someone who needs help. >> you have n.y. and andrew cuomo. you can walk into the public gallery with a fire arm and witness what is going on. >> only 26 states ban guns were up a whole is served. >> and yet, the massacre happened in connecticut, not wyoming. >> states obviously have different cultures, different values, different political imperatives. that is the reality of new york. they had some of the most progressive, some might say, control of firearms in the country. but as i look at this, right now, are we not about to go into the debate between privacy and public safety? it just strikes me -- charles could answer this better than i. the treatment now
have state mental institutions, and then we had a lawsuit, dixon v. weinberg. those institutions opened up, and in many cases, the people in them did not have any place to go except the streets. >> we are not going back to that. those institutions were barbaric and medieval and we -- because people have constitutional rights and legal rights, we are not going back to that. >> but there is no place to put to write down. you could wait weeks to put someone in a bed who is extremely ill. >> you have new york and andrew cuomo, wyoming, where you can walk into the public gallery in the state legislature with a firearm. >> and bars. >> only 26 states ban guns are all is served. >> and get the massacre happened in connecticut, not wyoming. >> true. >> states obviously have different cultures, different values, different political imperatives. that is the reality of new york with the sullivan law, which was the most draconian, some would say, most progressive control of private fire arms of any place in the country. as i look at this right now, are we not about to go into the debate over privac
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